Balanced Nutrition

//Balanced Nutrition

Christian holistic health and wellness involves a biblical approach to nutrition. LiveLiving recognizes the body as the temple of the Holy Spirit. It promotes foods that are created by the Creator and that are still in their natural state. These foods are accepted as the preferred fuel for the body.

When one’s nutrition is balanced, it is likely that one will find it easier to engage in Christian meditation and prayer, essential practices for Christian Living.

Create a Fragrant Dinner

It’'s a sensation which captures our imagination and attention. It is powerful, yet under-appreciated. This is the sense of smell. Most people consider the sense of smell the least powerful of our five senses. We are not often attuned to our sense of smell as we are to our sense of taste. Yet herbs, with their [...]

By | August 10th, 2010|Balanced Nutrition, Fragrance of God|0 Comments

Mango-Sweet Fragrance

The human body is a living organism. The more live food you consume the better your body will perform. If you believe that we are what we eat then the quality of food we consume does matter. I recently chatted with a good friend who just last year relocated to the Island of St. Croix. [...]

By | August 10th, 2010|Balanced Nutrition, Fragrance of God|0 Comments

The Tiny Sunflower Seed is BIG in Nutrition

When I think of a sunflower, the first words that come to mind are majestic, stately, and extremely tall. Not only does the sunflower dwarf humans in stature, they are also big in nutrition. Sunflower seeds are one of the first plants to be cultivated in the United States and have been used by Native [...]

By | April 29th, 2010|Balanced Nutrition, Laughter|0 Comments

Sunflower Seed Crusted Tuna

1 Tuna Steak1/4 cup Olive Oil1 Sunflower Seeds1/2 tsp. Salt1/2 tsp. Black Pepper1/2 tsp. Whole Coriander Seeds In a food processor combine sunflower seeds, salt, black pepper and coriander to create a crumb mixture. Coat steak with olive oil and them with the crumb mixture and broil fish in the oven for about 7 minutes. [...]

By | April 22nd, 2010|Balanced Nutrition, Laughter|0 Comments

5 Happy Foods That Prevent Depression

Almost everyone, at some point, has dealt with a form of depression whether through a friend, family member, or even personally. The American Medical Association states that one out of every two Americans will experience a mood related mental health issue during his or her lifetime. It is no surprise that a large number of [...]

By | April 22nd, 2010|Balanced Nutrition, Laughter|0 Comments

The Physical Benefits of a Fast

The Physical Benefits of a Fast The physical benefits of fasting are phenomenal in transforming our life and health. Fasting is an opportunity for believers to be disciplined in making room for God in mind, body and spirit. It allows us to remove things that are toxic from our lives and experience healing, natural nourishment, [...]

By | March 28th, 2010|Balanced Nutrition, Fasting|0 Comments

3 Types of Fast

There are many different types of fast. Most fasts will fall under three main categories: absolute, normal and partial. Absolute No food or water is taken. This fast should only be undertaken with medical consultation and supervision. Normal Only liquids are drunk, especially water.  This fast has also been known as a water or liquid [...]

By | March 28th, 2010|Balanced Nutrition, Fasting|0 Comments

Examples of Biblical Fasting

Absolute or Full Fast In the Old Testament, it was during a forty day fast when Moses was given the Ten Commandments (Exodus 34: 27-28).  When Esther heard about Haman’s plans to destroy the Jews, she asked all the Jews in her city to join her on a three day fast without food and water [...]

By | March 28th, 2010|Balanced Nutrition, Fasting|0 Comments